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bunk1 British & World English

A narrow shelf-like bed, typically one of two or more arranged one on top of the other

bunk3 British & World English

Abscond or play truant from school or work

bunk-up British & World English

A helping push or pull up

bunk bed British & World English

A piece of furniture consisting of two beds, one above the other, that form a unit

do a bunk in bunk3 British & World English

Make a hurried or furtive departure or escape

do a bunk British & World English

Make a hurried or furtive departure or escape

petrol bunk British & World English

A petrol station

bunk1 English Thesaurus

the skipper slept in a bunk in the forward cabin

bunk2 English Thesaurus

he bunked off school

bunk English-Spanish

litera f, cucheta fRPl

bunk-up English-Spanish

→ leg up

bunk bed English-Spanish

litera f, cucheta fRPl

bunk off English-Spanish

→ skive off 1 2, skive off 1

bunk down English-Spanish

dormir*, planchar la oreja

to do a bunk in bunk English-Spanish

largarse* familiar/colloquial, salir* por piernas argot/slang, picárselas RPlfamiliar/colloquial


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